CIA Texas Degree Programs


    Lone Star Learning

    The CIA campus in San Antonio welcomes aspiring chefs and culinary leaders who have dedicated themselves to Latin cuisine. Our associate degree programs follow the same in-depth curriculum found at our main campus in Hyde Park, NY. With so many course offerings, we’re sure we have the right program for you. Get more information about our programs or to start your application today—it’s fast and easy!

    At the CIA in Texas, you will:

    • Immerse yourself in the world of food, which includes working in a kitchen featuring indoor and outdoor cooking stations.
    • Learn from chefs and professors with outstanding industry and education credentials.
    • Explore the historic Pearl complex, site of a 19th-century brewery that’s been restored and transformed into a cultural and culinary arts center.
    • Engage in hands-on learning in our professional kitchens and bakeshops as well as in our award-winning campus restaurants (all CIA restaurants are public-facing, fully operational retail dining establishments that serve more than 333,000 customers annually).
    • Share ideas with classmates and cultivate your culinary expertise.
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    Admissions Office
    312 Pearl Parkway, Building 2, Suite 2102
    San Antonio, TX 78215
    Alt. Phone: 210-554-6453
    Fax: 845-451-1068
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    Assistant Director of Admissions and Alumnus Robert Tremblay ’10

    Printer-friendly recipe > Serves 1–2 entrée, 3–4 sides Ingredients: 4 tablespoons, whole butter 1/2 cup, onion (small diced) 4 cups (3–4 whole potatoes), Russet potato (small diced) 1 clove, garlic (minced) 4 cups, chicken stock (heated) 1/4 cup, Parmesan Reggiano (grated) Salt, to taste Pepper, to taste Directions: Heat well-seasoned chicken stock and hold at […]

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    Experimental Archaeologists Role-Play the Past

    By Anatole Sullivan Have you ever tried to make a recipe that was 900 years old with no idea how it was supposed to taste? Well, that’s what we did in my Applied Food Studies class. We are studying how taste and smell so we can better understand our distant past. Given the limited evidence […]

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